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Naked Eggs is a small container that will enable you to peel up to three hard-boiled eggs at once without using your fingers. It'll also enable you to scramble eggs in the microwave, mix other ingredients with your eggs, and separate the yolk from the whites of an egg you've cracked. When you've got one of these egg separators in your possession, you may be motivated to eat eggs more often. If you're looking for new recipes that use eggs, each tool comes with a recipe book.
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To peel boiled eggs with this device, which is its main function, start by adding three hard-boiled eggs to the container.
Next, add water to the container so that the bottom half (up to the orange line) is full. Use water of a moderate temperature instead of using water that's very cold or hot.
Once you've added water to your container, close it by putting the top on, and give it a gentle shake for about 30 seconds up to a couple of minutes' time. As you shake your device, you should notice that the shells are falling off your hard-boiled eggs, piece by piece.
As a final step, open up your container by separating its top and bottom halves and pull out your boiled eggs that no longer have shells. Then eat them or add them to more complex dishes as you normally would.
Each Naked Eggs container, which you'll notice is shaped like an egg, is compact and transparent. Its size means that it won't take up much room in a kitchen drawer or cabinet, and you'll be able to transport yours somewhere else, such as your workplace, if needed. Due to its transparency, you'll always be able to see what's going on inside. Therefore, you'll be able to determine if your eggs are peeled yet or if you need to shake the device for longer.
The orange middle of each tool will actually function as a yolk separator and will double as an egg slicer, too. To use it as a separator, crack an egg over top of it while the top of your device isn't on. After you do so, the egg's yolk will remain on top of the orange, hole-filled surface while the whites of the egg sink down into the bottom of the device to be consumed. You'll also be able to remove the orange surface altogether and use its holes to chop hard-boiled eggs into smaller pieces.
The Naked Eggs peeler is safe to put in the microwave if you want to use it to make scrambled eggs. Instead of scrambling your eggs in a dish and then transferring them to a frying pan to cook on the stove, you'll be able to scramble them right in the container. Following that, you'll be able to put the container directly in the microwave (after adding additional ingredients such as vegetables or pieces of cheese, if you choose).
After you're done using this egg-peeling tool, you'll be able to put all parts into the dishwasher, if you have one. That means you won't have to take the time to scrub them by hand.
Every Naked Eggs device comes with a recipe book that's chock-full of recipes you can make with eggs. Aside from containing fairly ordinary omelet recipes, this book will also teach you to poach and pickle your eggs, if you've never learned how.
Having a device like this one around will encourage you to eat more healthfully. Eggs are a great source of protein, especially if you don't eat a lot of meat, but many people may shy away from eating them since preparing them can be time-consuming. With a Naked Eggs tool, however, you'll be able to peel your hard-boiled eggs at least two times faster than you'd peel them by hand, so you may be more motivated to eat them. You'll also be able to cook scrambled eggs more quickly in the microwave than you'd be able to on the stove.
Kids may find the task of peeling boiled eggs with their fingers a tedious one. Plus, if you're a parent, you may not want your young children to do this in case they cut their fingers. Peeling eggs will become much safer and more fun for children if they get to use a Naked Eggs container to do so, though. Not only will they be able to avoid touching anything sharp whatsoever, they'll probably find the vigorous action of shaking up food in a container rather exciting.
It's been mentioned that the orange disc in the middle of each container has two functions, but it also has a third. Specifically, you can use it as a cookie-cutter of sorts when you want to make perfectly round eggs. To do this, separate the round silicone outer ring from the rest of the disc and place it in a frying pan. After that, cook a fried egg within that orange circle, and it'll come out perfectly round and attractive-looking. Round eggs look great on their own, but they'll look especially nice on sandwiches that make use of round buns.
For each Naked Eggs device to peel your boiled eggs properly, you must add water to it. If you were to try and peel your eggs without adding water, the shells might not be lubricated enough to slide off the eggs, even after vigorous shaking. If your household is trying to limit water consumption to save money, or for some other reason, this egg-peeling device may not be the best one for you, as it actually encourages water use.
Most people will probably be satisfied with the fact that one of these containers will hold and peel up to three eggs at once. If a user normally cooks for a large number of people, though, it would be nice if they could have the option of putting more eggs inside. You could try this, but the eggs would be crammed in there so tightly that they wouldn't move around enough to lose their shells while the container was being shaken. With that said, a larger deluxe version of this device may be an attractive option.
If you enjoy adding hard-boiled eggs to food dishes such as salads, sandwiches, or casseroles, it might take you up to a half hour to peel and slice the eggs without your Naked Eggs container. Fortunately, once you add the container to the mix, peeling them and slicing them will likely take you just minutes, giving you more time to relax before you serve a meal.
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